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1 DEGREE IN AEROSPACE VEHICLES ENGINEERING STUDY OF THE OPTIMUM FLEET FOR A LCC (LOW-COST-CARRIER) ANNEXES Student: Durán Gómez, Núria Director: Pérez Llera, Luís Manuel Delivery date: 12/06/2015

2 Index of contents Index of tables Index of figures Annex 1: Number of flights per week on different European destinations Annex 2: Leasing prices of the different airplanes obtaining Annex 3: Block hours obtaining Annex 4: Fuel cost obtaining A4.1 Converting from / to $/ A4.2 Converting from / to $/ Annex 5: Aircrew costs per block hour obtaining A5.1 Cabin Crew Costs A5.2 Cockpit crew costs Annex 6: Average cargo per passenger permitted and available cargo for invoicing obtaining A6.1 Average cargo per passenger permitted obtaining A6.2 Available cargo for invoicing Annex 7: Number of existing airplanes in the European airlines Annex 8: Ordered Weighted Average (OWA) A8.1 Aspects to consider in the OWA method A8.2 Weight of the aspects A8.3 Rate of the aspects A8.4 Relative weights obtaining A8.5 OWA obtaining Annex 9: Number of flights per day obtaining A9.1 Current flight schedule on the different routes A9.2 Number of flights per week of the current airlines Annex 10: Number of AVE trips per week obtaining

3 Annex 11: Number passengers carried per week by each company and in total on the selected routes A11.1 Number of seats offered by the different companies A11.2 Analysis of the current typical fares on the selected routes A11.3 Number of occupied seats per flight on the selected routes A11.4 Number of passengers carried by each company and in total on the selected routes Annex 12: Number of airplanes required obtaining A12.1 Establishment of the ticket price and target of passengers Annex 13: Economical feasibility study A13.1 Initial investment A13.2 Income A13.3 Costs A13.4 Cash flow Annex 14: Airport charges corresponding to each airplane obtaining Annex 15: Parameters of the on-route fees obtaining Annex 16: Iteration of the feasibility study A16.1 Initial investment A16.2 Income A16.3 Costs A16.4 Cash flow A16.5 Cash flow updated A16.6 Breakeven point A16.7 Payback time A16.8 Net Present Value (NPV) A16.9 Internal Rate of Return (IRR) Annex 17: Characteristic parameters of the environmental impact of different ways of transport A17.1 Aircraft engine emissions A17.2 Aircraft noise pollution

4 Index of tables Table 1. Possible destiny cities and the correspondent flights per week from and to the central airport Table 2. Current airplanes and leasing prices ($/month) Table 3. Current airplanes leasing prices ( /month) Table 4. Block hours on the route BCN-STN of the current airplanes Table 5. Current jet fuel price in Europe Table 6. Fuel consumption of some of the current airplanes and their corresponding cost of fuel Table 7. Aviation fuel conversion parameters Table 8. Conversion from lbs to Imperial Gallons for airplanes of ATR family Table 9. Total Fuel Cost per block hour of the current airplanes on the route BCN-STN 24 Table 10. Minimum cabin crew and cockpit crew members of the current airplanes Table 11. Yearly cabin crew costs of the current airplanes Table 12. Cabin Crew Cost per Block Hour of the current airplanes Table 13. Yearly cockpit crew costs of the current airplanes Table 14. Cockpit Crew Costs per Block Hour of the current airplanes Table 15. Cargo per passenger permitted in some of the current airplanes Table 16. MZFW and OEW from the Airbus family Table 17. Cargo per passenger permitted in the different models of the Airbus family Table 18. Available cargo destined to invoicing of the different airplanes Table 19. European airlines operating in the same airports as the new LCC Table 20. Fleet of Adria Airways Table 21. Fleet of Aegean Airlines Table 22. Fleet of Aer Lingus Table 23. Fleet of Aeroflot Table 24. Fleet of Aigle Azur Table 25. Fleet of Air Baltic Table 26. Fleet of Air Berlin Table 27. Fleet of Air Europa Table 28. Fleet of Air France Table 29. Fleet of Air Moldova

5 Table 30. Fleet of Air Nostrum Table 31. Fleet of Alitalia Table 32. Fleet of Aurigny Table 33. Fleet of Austrian Airlines Table 34. Fleet of BA Cityflyer Table 35. Fleet of Belavia Table 36. Fleet of Blue Air Table 37. Fleet of British Airways Table 38. Fleet of Brussels Airlines Table 39. Fleet of Bulgaria Air Table 40. Fleet of Croatia Airlines Table 41. Fleet of EasyJet Table 42. Fleet of EasyJet Switzerland Table 43. Fleet of Enter Air Table 44. Fleet of Evelop Table 45. Fleet of Finnair Table 46. Fleet of FlyBe Table 47. Fleet of FreeBird Airlines Table 48. Fleet of Germanwings Table 49. Fleet of Iberia Table 50. Fleet of Jet Table 51. Fleet of Jetairfly Table 52. Fleet of KLM Table 53. Fleet of Lufthansa Table 54. Fleet of Luxair Table 55. Fleet of Monarch Airlines Table 56. Fleet of Nordwind Airlines Table 57. Fleet of Norwegian Airlines Table 58. Fleet of Pegasus Airlines Table 59. Fleet of Royal Jordanian Airlines Table 60. Fleet of Ryanair Table 61. Fleet of Smartwings Table 62. Fleet of Swiass International Airlines Table 63. Fleet of TAP Portugal

6 Table 64. Fleet of Tarom Table 65. Fleet of Thomas Cook Table 66. Fleet of Thomson Airways Table 67. Fleet of TransAero Airlines Table 68. Fleet of Transavia Airlines Table 69. Fleet of Transavia France Table 70. Fleet of Turkish Airlines Table 71. Fleet of Ukraine International Airlines Table 72. Fleet of Vueling Table 73. Fleet of WizzAir Table 74. Number of existences of each model of airplane in Europe Table 75. Aspects taken into account in the OWA method Table 76. Weight of each aspect of the OWA method Table 77. Best model of airplane according to leasing costs Table 78. Rate of the airplanes according to their leasing cost Table 79. Best model of airplane according to fuel costs Table 80. Rate of the airplanes according to their fuel cost Table 81. Best model of airplane according to maintenance costs Table 82. Rate of the airplanes according to their maintenance costs Table 83. Best model of airplane according to crew costs costs Table 84. Rate of the airplanes according to their crew costs Table 85. Best airplanes according to their MTOW Table 86. Rate of the airplanes according to their MTOW Table 87. Best airplane according to its available cargo destined to invoicing Table 88. Rate of the airplanes according to their available weight for invoicing Table 89. Best model of airplane according to the cruise speed Table 90. Rate of the airplanes according to their cruise speed Table 91. Best airplane model according to the existences Table 92. Rate of the airplanes according to their existences Table 93. Relative weight of A Table 94. Relative weight of A Table 95. Relative weight of A Table 96. Relative weight of A Table 97. Relative weight of

7 Table 98. Relative weight of Table 99. Relative weight of Table 100. Relative weight of Table 101. Relative weight of Table 102. Relative weight of Table 103. Relative weight of Table 104. Relative weight of ATR Table 105. Relative weight of ATR Table 106. Relative weight of ATR Table 107. Relative weight of ATR Table 108. Relative weight of ATR Table 109. Relative weight of ATR Table 110. Relative weight of ERJ Table 111. Relative weight of ERJ Table 112. Relative weight of ERJ Table 113. Relative weight of E Table 114. Relative weight of E Table 115. Relative weight of E Table 116. Relative weight of E Table 117. Relative weight of Q Table 118. Relative weight of Q Table 119. Relative weight of Q Table 120. Relative weight of Q Table 121. Relative weight of CRJ Table 122. Relative weight of CRJ Table 123. Relative weight of CRJ Table 124. Relative weight of CRJ Table 125. Relative weight of CRJ Table 126. Relative weight of CRJ Table 127. OWA of the different analysed airplanes Table 128. Timetable of the flights on the route Barcelona-Madrid Table 129. Timetable of the flights on the route Madrid-Barcelona Table 130. Timetable of the flights on the route Barcelona-London Table 131. Timetable of the flights on the route London-Barcelona

8 Table 132. Timetable of the flights on the route Barcelona-Paris Table 133. Timetable of the flights on the route Paris-Barcelona Table 134. Timetable of the flights on the route Barcelona-Mallorca Table 135. Timetable of the flights on the route Mallorca-Barcelona Table 136. Number of flights per week offered by easyjet on the different destinations 114 Table 137. Number of flights offered by Iberia Table 138. Number of flights offered by Ryanair on the different routes Table 139. Number of flights offered by Transavia on the different routes Table 140. Number of flights offered per week by Vueling on the different routes Table 141. Number of trips offered by AVE on the different routes consulted from [91] 119 Table 142. Characteristics of the model of train of AVE on the selected routes Table 143. Characteristics of easyjet's fleet on the selected routes Table 144. Characteristics of Iberia's fleet on the selected routes Table 145. Characteristics of Ryanair's fleet on the selected routes Table 146. Characteristics of Transavia's fleet on the selected routes Table 147. Characteristics of Vueling's fleet on the selected routes Table 148. Typical ticket prices from AVE Table 149. Typical ticket prices from easyjet Table 150. Typical ticket prices from Iberia Table 151. Typical ticket prices from Ryanair Table 152. Typical ticket prices form Transavia Table 153. Typical ticket prices from Vueling Table 154. Number of sold seats per trip of the different companies Table 155. Movement of passengers per company and in total on the different routes. 130 Table 156. Percentage of the market taken by each company on the different routes Table 157. New low cost company prices and target of passengers per week Table 158. Number of flights per week and per day required by the new company Table 159. Duration of the flight on the different routes Table 160. Number of flights per day a single airplane can do on the different routes Table 161. Number of airplanes required by the company on the different routes Table 162. Installation costs Table 163. Bureaucratic costs Table 164. Initial airplane s cost Table 165. Study cost

9 Table 166. Contingencies Table 167. Initial investment Table 168. Total income of the company per year Table 169. Total leasing costs of the company per year Table 170. Total fuel costs of the company per year Table 171. Total aircrew costs of the company per year Table 172. Total maintenance costs of the company per year Table 173. Total airport costs per year Table 174. Total on-route costs of the company per year Table 175. Total other direct costs of the company per year Table 176. Total direct costs of the company per year Table 177. Total indirect direct costs of the company per year Table 178. Cash flow of the company per year Table 179. Main airport taxes Table 180. Total airport costs on taxes of airplane Table 181. Total airport costs on taxes of airplane Table 182. Total airport costs on taxes of airplane Table 183. Total airport costs on taxes of airplane Table 184. Total airport costs on taxes of airplane Table 185. Q200 weight factor Table 186. Distance factor son the route Barcelona-Paris Table 187. Distance factor son the route Paris-Barcelona Table 188. Distance factor son the route Barcelona-London Table 189. Distance factor son the route London-Barcelona Table 190. Distance factor son the route Barcelona-Mallorca Table 191. Distance factor son the route Mallorca-Barcelona Table 192. Adjusted unit rates Table 193. Recalculated initial investment Table 194. Recalculated total income of the company per year Table 195. Recalculated total leasing costs of the company per year Table 196. Recalculated total fuel costs of the company per year Table 197. Total aircrew costs of the company per year Table 198. Recalculated total maintenance costs of the company per year Table 199. Recalculated total airport costs per year

10 Table 200. Recalculated total on-route costs of the company per year Table 201. Recalculated total other direct costs of the company per year Table 202. Recalculated total direct costs of the company per year Table 203. Recalculated total indirect costs of the company per year Table 204. Recalculated cash flow of the company per year Table 205. Updated cash flow of the company per year Table 206. Breakeven point in number of passengers Table 207. Maximum target of passengers admitted Table 208. Accumulated updated cash flow between year 2020 and Table 209. Net Present Value of the company Table 210. Internal rate of return

11 Index of figures Figure 1. LCC airlines costs breakdown Figure 2. PayBack Time Figure 3. EI of NOx of the different airplanes Figure 4. EI of CO of the different airplanes Figure 5. EI of HC of the different airplanes Figure 6. Noise level of the different airplanes

12 Annex 1: Number of flights per week on different European destinations According to the section Selection of the flight routes, it have been researched the nearest European cities to Barcelona (less than 2 30 of flight in a typical airplane), so as to reduce the time flight as much as possible; and the number of flights from and to Barcelona, which are detailed in the following table, in order to make a final decision of the routes where the company will operate [9]: Central airport City Route Flights/week Barcelona El Prat Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Barcelona-Amsterdam Amsterdam-Barcelona 77 Athens (Greece) Barcelona-Athens Athens-Barcelona 8 Berlin (Germany) Barcelona-Berlin Berlin-Barcelona 33 Bern (Switzerland) Barcelona-Bern Bern-Barcelona 2 Bilbao (Spain) Barcelona-Bilbao Bilbao-Barcelona 37 Bratislava (Slovakia) Barcelona-Bratislava Bratislava-Barcelona 2 Brussels (Belgium) Barcelona-Brussels Brussels-Barcelona 69 Budapest (Hungary) Barcelona-Budapest Budapest-Barcelona 10 Dublin (Ireland) Barcelona-Dublin Dublin-Barcelona 26 Florence (Italy) Barcelona-Florence Florence-Barcelona 8 Hamburg Barcelona-Hamburg Hamburg-Barcelona 16 11

13 Lisbon (Portugal) London (United Kingdom) Luxemburg (Luxemburg) Madrid (Spain) Mallorca (Spain) Milan (Italy) Munich (Germany) Naples (Italy) Paris (France) Prague (Czech Republic) Rome (Italy) Seville (Spain) Toulouse (France) Venice (Italy) Vienna (Austria) Zagreb (Croatia) Barcelona-Lisbon Lisbon-Barcelona Barcelona-London London-Barcelona Barcelona-Luxemburg Luxemburg-Barcelona Barcelona-Madrid Madrid-Barcelona Barcelona-Mallorca Mallorca-Barcelona Barcelona-Milan Milan-Barcelona Barcelona-Munich Munich-Barcelona Barcelona-Naples Naples-Barcelona Barcelona-Paris Paris-Barcelona Barcelona-Prague Prague-Barcelona Barcelona-Rome Rome-Barcelona Barcelona-Seville Seville-Barcelona Barcelona-Toulouse Toulouse-Barcelona Barcelona-Venice Venice-Barcelona Barcelona-Vienna Vienna-Barcelona Barcelona-Zagreb Zagreb-Barcelona Table 1. Possible destiny cities and the correspondent flights per week from and to the central airport 12

14 Annex 2: Leasing prices of the different airplanes obtaining Following hypothesis from section Aircraft price, next table shows the aircrafts involved in the analysis and their leasing prices: Airplane model Range of leasing prices $/ AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ ERJ

15 ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ *Data of leasing costs consulted from [19]. Table 2. Current airplanes and leasing prices ($/month) As it is seen, leasing cost of a same model of aircraft can vary depending on, for instance, its age, total flight hours done or the leaser conditions. On the one hand, minimum leasing price could refer to the most used airplane, which for this reason could need more maintenance works and have a minor number of remaining flight hours than a newly one. On the other hand, maximum leasing costs could be from an expensive leaser, which not either interests to the company. Due to these two reasons, it will be done an average between the minimum and maximum lease market costs, so the company will probably be considering leasing airplanes with a compromise between a proper number of flight hours and leaser price conditions. Next table shows the leasing costs that will be taken into account when carrying out the OWA method: 14

16 Airplane model Average leasing cost $/ Average leasing cost / Leasing cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A , Airbus A , Airbus A , Airbus A , BOEING Family Boeing , Boeing , Boeing , Boeing , Boeing , Boeing , Boeing , ATR Family ATR , ATR , ATR , ATR , ATR , ATR , EMBRAER Family ERJ , ERJ , ERJ , E , E , E , E , BOMBARDIER Family Q , Q ,

17 Q , Q , CRJ , CRJ , CRJ , CRJ , CRJ , CRJ , *Leasing costs will be given in Euros instead of American Dollars due to the study considers the incorporation of a European low cost company and the majority of the costs will be paid in Euros. Conversion rate applied: 1$ 0, *Leasing costs will have to be approximated to an integer that represents in a realistic and proper way the values, due to there is no certainty of the decimal digits. Table 3. Current airplanes leasing prices ( /month) 16

18 Annex 3: Block hours obtaining Block hour is defined as the time an airplane needs to go from one airport to another, including its takeoff and landing, and so follows the next equation [20]: 20 ; where / corresponds to the on-route time, and the added 20 correspond to an approximation of the time required to takeoff and landing. As not all airplanes studied have the same cruise speed, it can be seen they will not require the same time to carry out their flight, and so this will result in a variation of block hours. To compare costs between airplanes (see section Costs depending on the number of block hours) it will be enough to have knowledge of the costs on a single route. At the time to select the route where the block hours and so the costs will be calculated, it will be chosen the longest route the company has to cover. In this way, the variation between costs will be better distinct. The longest distance the company will have to fly is the route from Barcelona-El Prat to London-Stansted or vice versa, which is a route of 1185 [13] [21]. Then the different typical cruise speeds from all the analysed airplanes so as to finally find the block hours have been searched: 17

19 Airplane model Cruise speed / Range Block hours AIRBUS Family Airbus A ,76 Airbus A ,76 Airbus A ,76 Airbus A ,76 BOEING Family Boeing ,79 Boeing ,85 Boeing ,85 Boeing ,85 Boeing ,77 Boeing ,77 Boeing ,77 ATR Family ATR ,63 ATR ,63 ATR ,47 ATR ,66 ATR ,47 ATR ,66 EMBRAER Family ERJ ,76 ERJ ,76 ERJ ,76 E ,73 E ,73 E ,73 E ,67 BOMBARDIER Family Q ,70 Q ,54 Q ,58 Q ,11 18

20 CRJ ,84 CRJ ,84 CRJ ,76 CRJ ,76 CRJ ,73 CRJ ,77 * Data of the cruise speed of each airplane model consulted from [34], [35], [60], [36], [37], [39], [51], [61], [62], [63], [64] and [65]. Table 4. Block hours on the route BCN-STN of the current airplanes 19

21 Annex 4: Fuel cost obtaining Between the bibliography found about fuel costs, some of them were directly given in $/, while others in ) / or / and had to be converted to $/. A4.1 Converting from / to $/ Some of the data given provided the amount of fuel consumed by the airplane each hour, so it was necessary to know the actual fuel price in order to have this value in $/. Fuel price usually vary every day, so it will be important to use always the same value during all the study [66]: Fuel cost in Europe ($/Gal) 1,79 Table 5. Current jet fuel price in Europe In this way, it is only needed to do the next equation: $/ Some examples are shown in the next table: 20

22 Airplane model Fuel consumption / Fuel cost $/ Fuel cost $/ AIRBUS Family Airbus A ,50 1, ,66 Airbus A ,00 1, ,78 BOEING Family Boeing ,35 1, ,91 Boeing ,10 1, ,42 ATR Family ATR ,00 1,79 399,62 ATR ,35 1,79 394,87 EMBRAER Family ERJ ,00 1,79 688,13 E ,50 1, ,66 BOMBARDIER Family Q ,00 1,79 406,78 CRJ ,00 1,79 707,84 * Data of the fuel consumption per block hour of each airplane model consulted from [22] and given in Imperial Gallons. Table 6. Fuel consumption of some of the current airplanes and their corresponding cost of fuel A4.2 Converting from / to $/ Fuel consumption of the ATR family was given in each model of airplane brochure in /, so it was necessary converting these lbs in imperial gallons, to then carrying out the previous conversion to obtain the cost in $/. 21

23 So as to carry out this conversion it will be necessary to know the density of the fuel. As it was found in / it will be necessary to know as well, the conversion rate from to. Aviation fuel conversion parameters Density 6,71 / Conversion factor 0,83267 / * Data consulted from [67] and [68] Table 7. Aviation fuel conversion parameters The operation that will be carried out so, will be the following: 1 6,71 0, ; where (x) is the corresponding quantity of fuel of the different model of airplanes. Airplane model ATR Family Fuel consumption / Fuel consumption / ATR ,94 ATR ,86 ATR ,88 ATR ,48 ATR ,88 ATR ,48 * Data of the fuel consumption per block hour of each airplane model consulted from [34], [35], [60] and [36]. Table 8. Conversion from lbs to Imperial Gallons for airplanes of ATR family 22

24 Once this result is reached, the procedure to obtain the fuel cost in $/ is the same as in the previous section. In this way, fuel costs per block hour of each different airplane are the following: Airplane model Fuel cost $/ Fuel cost / Fuel cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A , , Airbus A , , Airbus A , , Airbus A , , BOEING Family Boeing , , Boeing , , Boeing , , Boeing , , Boeing , , Boeing , , Boeing , , ATR Family ATR ,91 332, ATR ,48 351, ATR ,61 375, ATR ,59 352, ATR ,61 375, ATR ,59 352, EMBRAER Family ERJ ,00 797, ERJ ,00 765, ERJ ,13 649, E ,78 806, E ,78 806,

25 E , , E , , BOMBARDIER Family Q ,90 261, Q ,90 261, Q ,78 383, Q ,54 634, CRJ ,84 667, CRJ ,84 667, CRJ ,14 730, CRJ ,50 739, CRJ ,50 739, CRJ ,14 730, * Fuel costs per block hour are an average between all the costs found in the different consulted data. * Fuel costs per block hour have to be approximated to an integer which represents properly the value, due to there is not enough certainty of the decimal digits, and in addition, these costs will have to be added to another ones which there is even less certainty about. * Fuel costs will be given in Euros instead of American dollars due to the study considers the incorporation of a European low cost company and the majority of the costs will be paid in Euros. Conversion rate applied: 1$ 0, * Data of the fuel costs per block hour of each airplane model consulted from [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] [60] and [36]. Table 9. Total Fuel Cost per block hour of the current airplanes on the route BCN-STN 24

26 Annex 5: Aircrew costs per block hour obtaining As mentioned before, crew costs are given by the data consulted in cost per year, so it will be necessary to know how many hours crew usually flies per year, as well as the number of aircrew required by each aircraft, so as to find the cost of crew per block hour. Taking into account EASA codes, it is found: i. The total flight time of the sectors on which an individual crew member is assigned as an operating crew member shall not exceed 900 hours of flight time in any calendar year [69]. ii. There must be one cabin crew member for every 50, or fraction of 50 passenger seats [70]. Number of cabin crew and cockpit crew required for each of the different model of airplanes analysed will be: Airplane model Number of seats Cabin crew members (minimum) Cockpit members AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain BOEING Family Boeing (1) First Officer 25

27 Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain EMBRAER Family ERJ (1) First Officer (1) Captain ERJ (1) First Officer (1) Captain ERJ (1) First Officer (1) Captain E (1) First Officer (1) Captain E (1) First Officer 26

28 E E (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain (1) First Officer (1) Captain * Low cost companies seat configuration is normally the one with highest density as possible on the model of aircraft they operate with in order to reduce CASM s costs. In this way, all the aircraft analysed will be supposed to have their maximum number of passengers seats. * Data of the maximum seats of each airplane model consulted from [38], [40], [51], [61], [62], [71] and [72]. Table 10. Minimum cabin crew and cockpit crew members of the current airplanes Taking into account the maximum 900 per year, both cockpit crew and cabin crew must work, it can be found the cost per block hour of cabin crew and cockpit crew of each analysed airplane. 27

29 A5.1 Cabin Crew Costs Cabin crew costs which will be used in this study are an average between the maximum and minimum salary of a flight attendant. Cabin crew person costs usually remain constant between different airplanes, so the only thing that has to be taken into consideration is the total number of cabin crew attendants. Airplane model Cabin crew members Cabin Crew Cost / Cabin crew Cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ ERJ

30 ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ * Data of cabin crew attendants costs consulted from [32]. Table 11. Yearly cabin crew costs of the current airplanes Cabin crew costs per block hour will be the next ones: Airplane model Cabin crew Cost / Total Block Hours Cabin Crew Cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing

31 Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ ERJ ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ *Cabin crew costs per block hour have to be approximated to an integer which properly represents the value due to there is not enough certainty of the decimal digits. Table 12. Cabin Crew Cost per Block Hour of the current airplanes 30

32 A5.2 Cockpit crew costs Cockpit crew costs that will be used in this study are an average between the maximum and minimum salary of a first officer and a captain. First officer and captain salaries usually vary with the aircraft model, tending to be higher when aircrafts dimensions increase. There can be, however, families of airplanes where cockpit crew salaries remain constant. Airplane model First Officer Salary / Captain salary / Cockpit crew Cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ

33 ERJ ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ * Data of cockpit crew salaries consulted from [32] and [73]. Table 13. Yearly cockpit crew costs of the current airplanes Cockpit crew costs per block hour will be the following: Airplane model Cockpit crew Cost / Total Block Hours Cockpit Crew Cost / AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing

34 Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ ERJ ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ * Cockpit crew costs per block hour have to be approximated to an integer which properly represents the value due to there is not enough certainty of the decimal digits. Table 14. Cockpit Crew Costs per Block Hour of the current airplanes 33

35 Annex 6: Average cargo per passenger permitted and available cargo for invoicing obtaining A6.1 Average cargo per passenger permitted obtaining The average of cargo permitted per passenger follows the next equation: / So as to obtain the total cargo permitted by the airplane, it is necessary to have knowledge of the MPL of each airplane, and then subtracting to this value, the weight corresponding to passengers: It will be considered an average weight of 77 per passenger [74], so: 77 34

36 However, between the data consulted, it had not been possible to find the MPL of all the analysed airplanes and it was needed then, the MZFW and the OEW, in order to find the cargo. Having knowledge of the MZFW and the OEW of an airplane, it is also possible to find the MPL and then the weight of cargo, following the equation: Cargo obtaining from MPL In order to obtain the cargo from a MPL given, it will only be necessary to know the maximum number of passengers each airplane can carry. Airplane model MPL Passengers Total cargo Cargo permitted / BOEING Family Boeing ,7 Boeing ,4 Boeing ,2 Boeing ,0 Boeing ,9 Boeing ,8 Boeing ,8 ATR Family ATR ,6 ATR ,6 ATR ,0 ATR ,3 35

37 ATR ,0 ATR ,3 EMBRAER Family ERJ ,5 ERJ ,1 ERJ ,7 E ,7 E ,5 E ,7 E ,1 BOMBARDIER Family Q ,1 Q ,2 Q ,3 Q ,8 CRJ ,5 CRJ ,9 CRJ ,3 CRJ ,0 CRJ ,7 CRJ ,1 * Data of the fuel costs per block hour of each airplane model consulted from [34], [35], [60], [36], [37], [38], [39], [41], [42], [43], [44] and [45]. Table 15. Cargo per passenger permitted in some of the current airplanes Cargo obtaining from MZWF and OEW Operating with the MZFW and the OEW given from the different airplanes, MPL can be obtained following the equation mentioned above: 36

38 Airplane model MZFW OEW MPL AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A * Data of the MZFW and OEW of each airplane model consulted from [63]. Table 16. MZFW and OEW from the Airbus family Once MPL is found, the procedure is the same as in section above: Airplane model MPL Passengers Total cargo Cargo permitted / AIRBUS Family Airbus A ,6 Airbus A ,5 Airbus A ,6 Airbus A ,2 Table 17. Cargo per passenger permitted in the different models of the Airbus family A6.2 Available cargo for invoicing The available cargo for invoicing is calculated to have knowledge of the cargo that would provide benefits to the company in each flight, as this cargo could be used to carry luggage which is heavier than the permitted on the passenger cabin, and this would suppose an additional charge in the ticket price. 37

39 First step to obtain the available cargo is to establish the maximum weight of cargo permitted for free to passengers. This weight will be fixed at 10, due to it is the typical weight permitted to passengers of the majority of airliners, and so, the expected by passengers when buying a flight. In this way, in order to know the remaining cargo which the company could take advantage of and have so, more earnings, it will be carried out the following equation: 10 Carrying out the equation above for every model of airplane, it is obtained the following table: Airplane model Total cargo Free cargo / Passengers Invoicing AIRBUS Family Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A BOEING Family Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing ATR Family ATR ATR

40 ATR ATR ATR ATR EMBRAER Family ERJ ERJ ERJ E E E E BOMBARDIER Family Q Q Q Q CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ Table 18. Available cargo destined to invoicing of the different airplanes 39

41 Annex 7: Number of existing airplanes in the European airlines First step to know the number of existing airplanes, and so, possible airplanes that could be borrowed in case of necessity as well as spare parts that could be used, will be making a search of the European airlines that usually work on the five airports the new company will operate at (see section 2.2.1). European Airlines operating in the same airports as the new LCC Airport Barcelona-El Prat Airport Madrid-Barajas Airport London- Stansted Airport Paris-Orly Airport Mallorca-Son Sant Joan Adria Airways Aegean Airlines Aegean Airlines Aigle Azur Adria Airways Aegean Airlines Aer Lingus Air Berlin Air Berlin Air Berlin Aer Lingus Aeroflot Air Moldova Air Europa Air Europa Aeroflot Air Berlin Aurigny Air France Air Nostrum Air Baltic Air Europa EasyJet Alitalia BA Cityflyer Air Berlin Air France FlyBe British British Airways Airways Air Europa Air Moldova FreeBird Airlines EasyJet Bulgaria Air Air France Air Nostrum Germanwings Finnair easyjet Air Moldova Alitalia Pegasus Airlines FlyBe Evelop Air Nostrum BA Cityflyer Ryanair Iberia Germanwings Alitalia Blue Air Thomas Cook Jetairfly Iberia Austrian Airlines British Airways Thomson Airways KLM Jet2.com BA Cityflyer Brussels Airlines Norwegian Airlines Jetairfly Belavia Bulgaria Air Pegasus Airlines Lufthansa 40

42 Blue Air EasyJet TAP Portugal Luxair British Airways EasyJet Transaero Monarch Switzerland Airlines Airlines Brussels Airlines Enter Air Transavia France Ryanair Bulgaria Air Evelop Vueling Swiss International Airlines Croatia Airlines Finnair Thomas Cook EasyJet Germanwings Thomson Airways EasyJet Switzerland Iberia Transavia Enter Air KLM Vueling Evelop Lufthansa Finnair Luxair Germanwings Norwegian Airlines Iberia Pegasus Airlines Jet2.com Rojal Jordanian Airlines Jetairfly Ryanair KLM Swiss International Airlines Lufthansa TAP Portugal Luxair Tarom Monarch Airlines Transavia Nordwind Airlines Transavia France Norwegian Airlines Turkish Airlines Pegasus Airlines Ukraine International Airlines Rojal Jordanian Vueling 41

43 Airlines Ryanair Smartwings Swiss International Airlines TAP Portugal Tarom Transaero Airlines Transavia Turkish Airlines Ukraine International Airlines Vueling WizzAir WizzAir * Data of airlines operating in the airports consulted from from [75], [76], [77], [78] and [79]. Table 19. European airlines operating in the same airports as the new LCC Next, it will be studied the fleet of each of these airlines, from [4], [80] and [81], in order to know how many active or in storage airplanes of the different models analysed they have. As companies fleets vary very frequently, it is important to note that according to the data consulted, next fleets correspond to the ones of March 2015, date of the last actualization of the web pages at the moment when they were consulted. 42

44 Fleet of Adria Airways Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A320-2 CRJ CRJ CRJ Table 20. Fleet of Adria Airways Fleet of Aegean Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A319-1 Airbus A Airbus A Table 21. Fleet of Aegean Airlines Fleet of Aer Lingus Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A ATR Table 22. Fleet of Aer Lingus 43

45 Fleet of Aeroflot Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Table 23. Fleet of Aeroflot Fleet of Aigle Azur Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Table 24. Fleet of Aigle Azur Fleet of Air Baltic Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Q Table 25. Fleet of Air Baltic 44

46 Fleet of Air Berlin Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Boeing Table 26. Fleet of Air Berlin Fleet of Air Europa Airplane model Active Stored ATR ATR Boeing ERJ E Table 27. Fleet of Air Europa Fleet of Air France Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Table 28. Fleet of Air France 45

47 Fleet of Air Moldova Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A E Table 29. Fleet of Air Moldova Fleet of Air Nostrum Airplane model Active Stored ATR CRJ CRJ CRJ CRJ Table 30. Fleet of Air Nostrum Fleet of Alitalia Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A ATR Table 31. Fleet of Alitalia 46

48 Fleet of Aurigny Airplane model Active Stored ATR ATR E Table 32. Fleet of Aurigny Fleet of Austrian Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Boeing CRJ Q Table 33. Fleet of Austrian Airlines Fleet of BA Cityflyer Airplane model Active Stored E E Table 34. Fleet of BA Cityflyer 47

49 Fleet of Belavia Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Boeing CRJ E E Table 35. Fleet of Belavia Fleet of Blue Air Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Boeing Table 36. Fleet of Blue Air Fleet of British Airways Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Boeing Table 37. Fleet of British Airways 48

50 Fleet of Brussels Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Q Table 38. Fleet of Brussels Airlines Fleet of Bulgaria Air Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Boeing E Table 39. Fleet of Bulgaria Air Fleet of Croatia Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Q Table 40. Fleet of Croatia Airlines 49

51 Fleet of EasyJet Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Table 41. Fleet of EasyJet Fleet of EasyJet Switzerland Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Table 42. Fleet of EasyJet Switzerland Fleet of Enter Air Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Table 43. Fleet of Enter Air Fleet of Evelop Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Table 44. Fleet of Evelop 50

52 Fleet of Finnair Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A E E Table 45. Fleet of Finnair Fleet of FlyBe Airplane model Active Stored ATR Q ERJ E E Table 46. Fleet of FlyBe Fleet of FreeBird Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A321-1 Table 47. Fleet of FreeBird Airlines 51

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54 Fleet of KLM Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Table 52. Fleet of KLM Fleet of Lufthansa Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Airbus A Boeing Boeing Table 53. Fleet of Lufthansa Fleet of Luxair Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Q ERJ Table 54. Fleet of Luxair 53

55 Fleet of Monarch Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Airbus A Table 55. Fleet of Monarch Airlines Fleet of Nordwind Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A320-1 Airbus A Boeing Table 56. Fleet of Nordwind Airlines Fleet of Norwegian Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Boeing Boeing Table 57. Fleet of Norwegian Airlines Fleet of Pegasus Airlines Airplane model Active Stored Airbus A Boeing Boeing Table 58. Fleet of Pegasus Airlines 54

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